New hires to strengthen expanding project management team
BOSTON, MA—Shawmut is proud to announce three new hires joining its healthcare and academic divisions. The project managers will oversee projects for medical, educational, commercial, and institutional clients. The team recently welcomed the following individuals:
Christian Armata, senior project manager—Bringing 20 years of experience in the commercial and healthcare construction markets, Armata will supervise medical and commercial projects for Shawmut’s healthcare and life sciences division. He is currently overseeing projects for Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center and Boston Medical Center. Armata is a LEED Accredited Professional and has his Massachusetts Construction Supervisor License.
Christopher Grimaldi, assistant project manager—In his new role, Grimaldi will assist in the management of large and complex construction projects for Shawmut’s healthcare and life sciences division. With five years of experience, he has worked for other leading New England contractors on public, private, and hospital projects. He is also a LEED Accredited Professional and is currently working towards his Certified Healthcare Constructor (CHC) License.
Todd Stringer, project manager—Possessing 12 years of experience in the construction industry, Stringer will assist in the management of Shawmut’s projects for educational, institutional and commercial clients. Prior to joining Shawmut, Stringer was a project manager for educational, life science, and commercial interior projects at other leading contractors. Stringer is a LEED Accredited Professional and holds a Massachusetts Construction Supervisor License.
“We are pleased to welcome Christian, Christopher, and Todd to the Shawmut team,” said Kevin Sullivan, vice president of Shawmut Design and Construction. “Their experience with highly specialized projects is an asset to the company, especially our rapidly expanding academic and healthcare and life sciences divisions.”
Shawmut’s healthcare and life sciences team has experienced unprecedented growth within the past six months and has maintained a full project pipeline consisting of high-profile clients such as Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center, Miriam Hospital and Boston Medical Center. Over the summer, the academic division worked on an impressive 52 projects including the prestigious Harvard University, Brown University, and Yale University.